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data from eight states. FNS proposes to Expiration Date of Approval: February Respondents: Applicants who are
conduct four data collection activities: 29, 2008. applying for grading and inspection
Interviews with State CN and Medicaid Type of Request: Extension and services.
agencies; survey of LEAs; administrative revision of a currently approved Estimated Number of Respondents:
data collection from LEAs and State information collection. 1,437.
agencies; and telephone interviews with Abstract: The Agricultural Marketing Estimated Number of Responses:
LEAs. Without the data FNS will not be Act of 1946 (7 U.S.C. 1621—et seq.) 21,068.
able to assess the effectiveness of NSLP (AMA) directs and authorizes the Estimated Number of Responses per
direct verification, and FNS will not be Department to develop standards of Respondent: 0.07.
able to disseminate information about quality, grades, grading programs, and Estimated Total Annual Burden on
DV–M implementation to assist agencies other services to facilitate trading of Respondents: 1,124.
that do not currently use DV–M. agricultural products and assure Comments are invited on: (1) Whether
Description of Respondents: State, consumers of quality products which the proposed collection of information
Local, or Tribal Government. are graded and identified under USDA is necessary for the proper performance
Number of Respondents: 364. programs. Section 203(h) of the AMA of the functions of the agency, including
Frequency of Responses: specifically directs and authorizes the whether the information will have
Recordkeeping; Report: Annually. Secretary of Agriculture to inspect, practical utility; (2) the accuracy of the
Total Burden Hours: 379. certify, and identify the grade, class, agency’s estimate of the burden of the
quality, quantity, and condition of proposed collection of information
Ruth Brown, including the validity of the
agricultural products under such rules
Departmental Information Collection methodology and assumptions used; (3)
Clearance Officer.
and regulations as the Secretary may
prescribe, including assessment and ways to enhance the quality, utility, and
[FR Doc. E7–19439 Filed 10–1–07; 8:45 am] clarity of the information to be
collection of fees for the cost of the
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service. The regulations for such collected; and (4) ways to minimize the
services for processed fruits and burden of the collection of information
vegetables and related products may be on those who are to respond, including
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE the use of appropriate automated,
found at 7 CFR Part 52.
Agricultural Marketing Service AMS also provides other types of electronic, mechanical, or other
voluntary services under the same technological collection techniques or
[Docket No. AMS–FV–07–0120; FV–07–331] regulations, e.g., contract and other forms of information technology.
specification acceptance services, Comments may be sent to Mr. Terry B.
Notice of Request for Extension and facility assessment services and Bane, Processed Products Branch, Fruit
Revision of a Currently Approved certifications of quantity and quality. and Vegetable Programs, Agricultural
Information Collection Grading services are available on a Marketing Service, U.S. Department of
resident basis or a lot-fee basis. Agriculture, STOP 0247, 1400
AGENCY: Agricultural Marketing Service, Independence Avenue, SW.,
USDA. Respondents may request resident
service on a continuous basis or on an Washington, DC 20250–0247; fax (202)
ACTION: Notice and request for 690–1527; or e-mail
as-needed basis. The service is paid for
comments. by the user (user-fee). The AMA and ‘‘terry.bane@usda.gov’’.
these regulations do not mandate the All comments received will be
SUMMARY: In accordance with the
use of these services; they are provided available for public inspection during
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44
only to those entities that request or regular business hours at the same
U.S.C. Chapter 35), this notice
apply for a specific service. address.
announces the intention of the
In order for the Agency to satisfy All responses to this notice will be
Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) to
those requests for service, the Agency summarized and included in the request
request an extension for and revision to
must request certain information from for OMB approval. All comments will
a currently approved information
those who apply for service. The become a matter of public record.
collection in support of the Regulations
Governing Inspection and Certification information collected is used only by Dated: September 27, 2007.
of Processed Fruits and Vegetables and Agency personnel and is used to Kenneth C. Clayton,
Related Products. administer services requested by the Acting Administrator, Agricultural Marketing
DATES: Comments may be submitted on
respondents. The information request Service.
or before December 3, 2007. requires personal data, such as, name of [FR Doc. E7–19418 Filed 10–1–07; 8:45 am]
the product, name and address of the BILLING CODE 3410–02–P
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR COMMENTS: packer or plant, location of the product,
Contact Terry B. Bane, Processed type and size of containers, and
Products Branch, Fruit and Vegetable designation of services requested. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Programs, Agricultural Marketing Affected public may include any
Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, partnership, association, business trust, Forest Service
STOP 0247, 1400 Independence corporation, organized group, and State,
Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20250– County or Municipal government, and Newspapers Used for Publication of
0247; fax (202) 690–1527; or e-mail any authorized agent that has a financial Legal Notice of Appealable Decisions
‘‘terry.bane@usda.gov’’. interest in the commodity involved and for the Northern Region; Northern
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: requests service. Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and
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Title: ‘‘Regulations Governing Estimate of Burden: Public reporting portions of South Dakota and Eastern
Inspection and Certification of burden for this collection of information Washington
Processed Fruits and Vegetables and is estimated to average 0.05 hours per AGENCY: Forest Service, USDA.
Related Products—7 CFR 52’’. response (1124 total hours divided by
ACTION: Notice.
OMB Number: 0581–0123. 21,068 total annual responses).

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56048 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 190 / Tuesday, October 2, 2007 / Notices

SUMMARY: This notice lists the notices in newspapers of record listed EFFECTIVE DATE: October 2, 2007.
newspapers that will be used by all above. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ranger Districts, Forests, Grasslands, Dated: September 25, 2007. Michael J. Heaney or Robert James, AD/
and the Regional Office of the Northern Kathleen A. McAllister, CVD Operations, Office 7, Import
Region to publish legal notices for Administration, International Trade
Deputy Regional Forester.
public comment and decisions subject Administration, U.S. Department of
[FR Doc. 07–4847 Filed 10–1–07; 8:45 am]
to appeal and predecisional Commerce, 14th Street and Constitution
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administrative review under 36 CFR Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20230;
215, 217, and 218. The intended effect telephone: (202) 482–4475 or (202) 482–
of this action is to inform interested 0649, respectively.
members of the public which DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
newspapers will be used to publish
International Trade Administration Background
legal notices for public comment or
decisions; thereby allowing them to [A–580–807] On June 5, 1991, the Department
receive constructive notice of a published in the Federal Register the
decision, to provide clear evidence of Polyethylene Terephthalate Film,
antidumping duty order on PET film
timely notice, and to achieve Sheet, and Strip from the Republic of
from Korea. See Antidumping Duty
consistency in administering the Korea: Preliminary Results of Changed
Order: Polyethylene Terephthalate Film
appeals process. Circumstances Review and Intent To
Sheet and Strip From Korea, 56 FR
DATES: Publication of legal notices in
Reinstate Kolon Industries, Inc. in the
25660 (June 5, 1991). On November 14,
the listed newspapers will begin with Antidumping Duty Order
1996 , the Department revoked the order
decisions subject to appeal that are AGENCY: Import Administration, with respect to Kolon after having
made on or after October 1, 2007. The International Trade Administration, determined that Kolon sold the
list of newspapers will remain in effect Department of Commerce. merchandise at not less than normal
until another notice is published in the SUMMARY: On November 14, 1996, the value for a period of at least three
Federal Register. Department of Commerce (the consecutive years. See Revocation. The
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Department) revoked in part the three administrative reviews forming
Acting Regional Appeals Coordinator; antidumping duty order on the basis of the revocation are the June
Northern Region; P.O. Box 7669; polyethylene terephthalate film, sheet 1, 1992 through May 31, 1993, review;
Missoula, Montana 59807. Phone: (406) and strip (PET film) from the Republic the June 1, 1993, through May 31, 1994,
329–3381. of Korea (Korea) with respect to subject review; and the June 1, 1994, through
The newspapers to be used are as merchandise manufactured and May 31, 1995, review. The final results
follows: exported by Kolon Industries, Inc. of the June 1992 through May 31, 1993,
(Kolon). See Polythylene Terephthalate and the June 1993 through May 31,
Northern Regional Office Film, Sheet, and Strip from the Republic 1994, administrative reviews were
Regional Forester decisions in of Korea: Final Results of Antidumping published on July 5, 1996. See
Montana: The Missoulian, Great Falls Duty Administrative Review and Notice Polyethylene Terephthalate Film Sheet
Tribune, and The Billings Gazette. of Revocation in Part, 61 FR 58734 and Strip from Korea; Final Results of
Regional Forester decisions in (November 14, 1996) (Revocation). As Antidumping Duty Administrative
Northern Idaho and Eastern the result of an adequate allegation from Review and Notice of Revocation in Part
Washington: Coeur d’Alene Press and domestic interested parties in this 61 FR 35177, (July 5, 1996) (Second and
Lewiston Tribune. proceeding, the Department, pursuant to Third Final Results). The final results of
Regional Forester decisions in North section 751(b)(1) of the Tariff Act of the June 1994 through May 31, 1995,
Dakota: Bismarck Tribune. 1930, as amended (the Act), is now administrative review were published
Regional Forester decisions in South conducting a changed circumstances on November 14, 1996. See Polyethylene
Dakota: Bismarck Tribune. review to determine whether Kolon has Terephthalate Film, Sheet, and Strip
Beaverhead/Deerlodge NF - Montana resumed dumping PET film and from Korea; Final Results of
Standard. whether the antidumping order should Antidumping Duty Administrative
Bitterroot NF - Ravalli Republic. be reinstated for PET film manufactured Review and Notice of Revocation in Part
Clearwater NF - Lewiston Tribune. and exported by Kolon. See Initiation of 61 FR 58374, (November 14, 1996)
Custer NF - Billings Gazette Antidumping Duty Changed (Fourth Final Results). Pursuant to 19
(Montana). Circumstances Review: Polyethylene CFR 353.25(b) of the regulations in
Rapid City Journal (South Dakota). Terephthalate Film Sheet and Strip effect at the time, and as part of its
Dakota Prairie Grasslands - Bismarck from Korea, 72 FR 527 (January 5, 2007) request for revocation, on June 28, 1996,
Tribune (North and South Dakota). (CCR Initiation). We preliminarily Kolon agreed to immediate
Flathead NF - Daily Inter Lake. determine that Kolon has sold PET film reinstatement in the Order should the
Gallatin NF - Bozeman Chronicle. at less than normal value (NV) and that Department conclude that subsequent to
Helena NF - Independent Record. the order on PET film from Korea the revocation, Kolon sold the subject
Idaho Panhandle NFs - Coeur d’Alene should be reinstated with respect to PET merchandise at less than normal value
Press. film manufactured and exported by (NV). (19 CFR 353.25(b) has been
Kootenai NF - Daily Inter Lake. Kolon. We will instruct U.S. Customs superceded by 19 CFR
Lewis & Clark NF - Great Falls and Border Protection (CBP) to suspend 351.222(b)(2)(i)(B).) However, the
Tribune. liquidation of all entries of PET film language in 19 CFR 351.222(b)(2)(i)(B) is
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Lolo NF - Missoulian. manufactured and exported by Kolon largely unchanged from 19 CFR 353.25.
Nez Perce NF - Lewiston Tribune. and entered, or withdrawn from See CCR Initiation at 530.
Supplemental notices may be placed warehouse, for consumption on or after Due to allegations of resumed
in any newspaper, but time frames/ the date of publication of this notice in dumping submitted by DuPont Teijin
deadlines will be calculated based upon the Federal Register. Films (DuPont), Mitsubishi Polyester

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